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BREAKING: Lagos Discharges 37 More Coronavirus Patients

The Lagos State Government on Wednesday announced that it has discharged 37 more coronavirus also known as COVID-19 patients from its isolation centres, bringing to 358 the total number of successfully treated persons in the state.

The Incident Commander on COVID-19 in Lagos State, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, said the patients have been discharged from our isolation facilities at Yaba, Onikan and Eti-Osa (LandMark) to reunite with the society. The discharged patients are 19 females and 18 males including 1 Indian.

The Governor made this known in a series of tweets via his verified handle on Twitter.

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“It gives me great pleasure to tell you that today, 37 more #COVID19 patients have been discharged from our isolation facilities at Yaba, Onikan and Eti-Osa (LandMark) to reunite with the society. The discharged patients are 19 females and 18 males including 1 Indian,” the tweet reads.

“The patients, 5 from Mainland Infectious Disease Hospital, Yaba, 25 from Onikan and 7 from Eti-Osa (LandMark) Isolation Centres were discharged today having fully recovered and tested negative to #COVID19 in two consecutive test readings”.

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